One place chipmunks live is in Forsyth County. Our place while only seconds from major highways, is situated in a neighborhood where the trees and vegetation are left to grow. We have a small stream beside our house, a large pond in the back yard and a large creek behind our house. We have many trees of various species. Native black walnut, dogwood, magnolia, wild cherry, oak, hickory, pine etc. We have native grapevines and blackberry vines. We keep a large natural brushy area in the back for wildlife. In the early mornings and late afternoons we watch the chipmunks play, seeing as many as eight to ten at a time. They play mostly on the ground but will occasionally travel half way up a tree just to come right back down again. They have holes dug along the top of banks along the small branch but do not have holes at the pond nor any noticed on the big creek. They sometimes run along the gutters on the roof and are seen playing two to three at a time at any given point of the day. While our home is in the city limits of Winston Salem not more than 30 seconds from service stations and all shopping the preservation of naturalization in our small neighborhood makes for a perfect happy home for chipmunks, deer, rabbit, raccoons, squirrels, birds, a hawk and even a coyote. You will always see some type of wildlife each and every time you walk out the door.
The eastern chipmunk is found all over the state.
Moles, chipmunks, voles, wild mouse species, shrews, many reptiles and amphibians.
They do not live in North Carolina I think?
They live throughout North America in burrows in the ground.
There are horses in North Carolina.
Chipmunks are found in North America, with the exception of the Siberian chipmunk which is found primarily in Asia.
what district do I live in in Raleigh, North Carolina?
9,250,000 people live in North Carolina.
People who live in North Carolina or who come from North Carolina are called North Carolinians.
Yes, there are chipmunks that live in Europe. They are predominantly located in Eastern and Central Europe as well as North America and Asia.
No, roadrunners live in the southwestern states in the United States, not in North Carolina.
North Carolina grew many hogs. They also had cattle and horses. Wildlife included deer, raccoons, foxes, opossums, chipmunks and squirrels.
They live in North Carolina.
She lives in Greensboro, North Carolina
New Bern, North Carolina
Yes they did live in North Carolina and others like... Tennessee,Oklahoma ,and more.
9.752 million people currently live in North Carolina. The number is an estimate.
Groundhogs, also known as 'wood chucks', live in northern and western parts of North Carolina.
not wild ones. they live in North America mostly with one species in Asia.
If you are not minor (below the age of 18) then no, you do not have to be married to live in North Carolina and it is called 'common-law.'
Fleas and lice live on chipmunks.
yes chipmunks do live in trees
6,657,630 people live in North Carolina in 2008